Campus Resources

Sexual Misconduct Response

A website outlining Yale’s resources for students, faculty, and staff members who may have experienced, or need guidance regarding, sexual misconduct

Sexual Harassment and Assault Response & Education Center


For information, advocacy, and support:
  • Confidential or anonymous 24-hour availability
  • Professional, expert help for students who have experienced sexual misconduct
  • Assistance with student medical and health issues
  • Will accompany a student to the hospital for evidence collection

Advice and assistance with contacting police and/or initiating disciplinary action through the University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct

Yale Police


  • 24-hour availability by phone and walk-in for confidential consultations regarding possible criminal action, including for off-campus students
  • Sergeant in charge of sensitive crimes
  • Victims’ assistance services available
  • Capacity for full criminal investigations

University-Wide Committee on Sexual Misconduct


  • Yale’s internal disciplinary board for complaints of sexual misconduct
  • Complainants can request advice and seek resolution and remedies
  • Handles formal complaints
  • Members include faculty, staff and students; supported by professional independent fact-finders for investigations

Office for Institutional Equity and Access

Valarie Stanley, Director
Title IX coordinator for employees


Monitors the University’s compliance with policies and laws which ensure that students, employees, and applicants for employment or admission are protected from discrimination based on:

  • Race
  • Color
  • Sex
  • Religion
  • National origin
  • Age
  • Disability
  • Sexual orientation
  • Veteran status

Administers the University’s affirmative action programs Investigates and advises on cases of harassment (sexual, racial, etc.) Administers the University’s Employment Accommodations Program for Persons with Disabilities